Seamus Cashman

Criticism

Life
1943- ; b. Conna, Co Cork; taught in Tanzania and Ireland before turning publisher having previously published published his own poetry as Carnival (q.d.); fnd. Wolfhound Press, 1974, with premises on Mountjoy Square, Dublin; lives in Portmarnock, Co Dublin.

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Works
Poetry, Carnival [reiss.] (Dublin: Monarchline 1987); Clowns & Acrobats (Dublin: Monarchline 1997); The Morning Will Come: New and Selected Poems (Galway: Salmon Press 2007), 96pp.

Miscellaneous, ed. [with] Bridie Quinn, The Wolfhound Book of Irish Poems for Young People (Dublin: Wolfhound 1975), five reps. to 1994; ed. & trans. with Sean Gaffney, Proverbs & Sayings of Ireland (Wolfhound 1974), nine reps. to 1994).

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Criticism
Shirley Kelly, ‘Merlin Swallows Wolfhound’ [interview], Books Ireland (Dec. 2001), p.323.

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